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Web Content Specialist

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This role is coverage for a maternity leave.

Job Summary:
The Web Content Specialist/ Web Producer will coordinate, manage, and update content on the client's website. This person will work with marketing managers, technical staff, and vendors to execute initiatives. Provide digital graphic art production support and participate in the making of content for websites and other online properties. They will create, edit and arrange text, video, audio, images and other materials that may be included on the website. Provide technical development of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and other aspects of website design, development, and production. Design and convert mockups into web pages, maintain and update existing websites and perform QA testing for the website. Implement SEO and other tags to ensure format meets industry standards. Enhance graphics, repurpose, and optimize print graphics for web use, and create composite images. Troubleshoot coding, design, and cross-browser issues. Create animated graphics and gifs for online banners. Deliver web content and organize data on servers. Deliver customer microsites by leveraging a 3rd party content management system.

Key Responsibilities:
• Create, update, and maintain Web content in content management system (currently Teamsite), monitor (quality control) content on live site and trouble shoot or escalate issues as needed
• Expert on content management software, serving as liaison with e-Business and technology groups
• Implement and schedule Web promotions, microsites, banners, e-mail campaigns, and track results
• Conduct QA testing, follow-up to resolve issues, and load finished material into content management system
• Provide digital graphic production art support when necessary
• Ensure that marketing materials comply with all brand and style guidelines

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